close Video Arizona man goes viral cooking food in hot car Arizona TikToker Joe Brown shares with ‘Fox & Friends’ his viral cooking skills using the Arizona heat to cook from his car. Is it possible you've been cooking your ground beef all wrong? A cooking trend that exists on TikTok has had social media users asking themselves just that. It turns out some at-home chefs have taken to washing their meat before cooking it. 'LIFE CHANGING' LEMON-SQUEEZING TRICK REVEALS LITTLE-KNOWN USE FOR COMMON KITCHEN TOOL TikTok user @madinahskitchen is one of many who has posted a video showing beef being rinsed in a colander. The footage has been viewed more than three million times. A new viral TikTok shows at-home chefs washing their ground beef. (iStock) Some comments expressed shock as to why someone would wash ground beef. "You're not supposed to wash it I don't think," one person wrote. "If you … [Read more...] about Should you wash ground beef? Expert weighs in on the viral cooking method
Idaho fisherman catches record pike weighing nearly 41 pounds: ‘Needed to find a bigger scale’
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for March 27 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A man from Idaho has broken the state’s 13-year northern pike fishing record with a catch that was more than half a pound heavier than its predecessor. Thomas Francis reeled in a 40.76-pound northern pike from Hayden Lake in North Idaho, according to a press release and Facebook post shared by the Idaho Fish and Game (IDFG). On Friday, March 24, the government-operated fishing and hunting agency, revealed Francis caught the record-breaking pike, which measured 49 inches in length and 26.5 inches in girth. INDIANA FISHING RECORD BROKEN FOR 3RD TIME AFTER ANOTHER ANGLER BREAKS RECORD TWICE ON SAME DAY Photos of Francis holding the record-breaking pike show the length of the fish is wider than his shoulders. The record-breaking northern pike Thomas Francis caught from Hayden … [Read more...] about Idaho fisherman catches record pike weighing nearly 41 pounds: ‘Needed to find a bigger scale’
On this day in history, March 28, 1866, first US ambulance service rolls through Cincinnati
close Video Labor shortage triggers long wait times for ambulances in rural America The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians says the U.S. has an EMS crisis and is calling for a congressional hearing to help address the issue. The first ambulance service in the United States reportedly rolled to the aid of patients in Cincinnati, Ohio , on this day in history, March 28, 1866. "For many years, Bellevue Hospital in New York claimed to have introduced the first citywide ambulance service in 1869, but records show Cincinnati beat them to it," the Cincinnati Enquirer reported in 2018. It was citing the 1978 book , "The Ambulance: The Story of Emergency Transportation of Sick and Wounded Through the Centuries," by Katherine Traver Barkley. The book claims Commercial Hospital of Cincinnati at 12th Street and Central Avenue holds this claim to medical fame. ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY, MARCH 27, 1912, WASHINGTON, D.C., … [Read more...] about On this day in history, March 28, 1866, first US ambulance service rolls through Cincinnati
Will Hypebeasts Shop at the Hypebeast Store?
As influencers saturate the sneakerhead community with unboxing videos and guides on where to get the latest trends with little more overhead than a ring light, Hypebeast, one of the first online platforms to arrive as a source for streetwear culture, is doubling down to the tune of seven stories. Founded by Kevin Ma nearly two decades ago, the company is set to open new headquarters in the Chinatown neighborhood of Manhattan on Friday, with plans to become a publicly traded company on the Nasdaq by the end of the year. Besides flexing its muscle ahead of the planned I.P.O., the splashy investment — the building includes a retail store, a coffee counter, and event and office spaces — also suggests the eagerness of a brand that began its life as a blog to cement its position amid the rise of influencer culture and social media platforms flush with similar content. Mr. Ma, 39, said he had never thought of Hypebeast as a “centralized” authority in streetwear, but as part of an … [Read more...] about Will Hypebeasts Shop at the Hypebeast Store?
Real-life Second Amendment example gains praise, Paltrow ski crash trial set to resume and more top headlines
Good morning and welcome to Fox News’ morning newsletter, Fox News First. Subscribe now to get Fox News First in your email . And here's what you need to know to start your day ... TURNING THE TABLES - Homeowner catches intruder in the act, shoots him dead - and neighbors aren't short on praise. Continue reading … IN THE SPOTLIGHT - Look back at Paltrow's biggest controversies over the years as trial prepares to resume. Continue reading … FACTORY TRAGEDY - Mayor gives update as more bodies found after chocolate plant explosion. Continue reading … RUNNING FOR THE HILLS - Beloved restaurant chain latest company to flee crime-riddled blue city. Continue reading … HOW CALCULATING - Who and what is behind the artificial intelligence tool changing the tech landscape. Continue reading … POLITICS ‘SOME TENSION THERE’ - Trump staffer blackballing DeSantis aides used to be one himself. Continue reading … [Read more...] about Real-life Second Amendment example gains praise, Paltrow ski crash trial set to resume and more top headlines
Arizona baseball’s struggles continue as the Wildcats get swept by ASU
This past weekend, the Arizona baseball team took on ASU for a three-game series in Tempe. Arizona came away empty-handed, losing all three games, and has now lost six of their last seven games. Game 1: Friday, March 24, at 7 p.m. The Wildcats jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning after a trio of hits. Centerfielder Mac Bingham opened the game with a leadoff triple, and, two batters later, first baseman Kiko Romero drove him in with a single to right field. One batter later, second baseman Garen Caulfield singled up the middle and drove in left fielder Chase Davis, who walked earlier in the inning, to put the Wildcats up 2-0 early. Arizona starting pitcher TJ Nichols got two quick outs to start the bottom of the first inning. After being hit by a pitch on a full count, Sun Devil catcher Ryan Campos took first. Nichols then gave up a 2-run homer to second baseman Luke Keaschall, knotting up the score at 2-2. MORE FROM THE DAILY WILDCAT … [Read more...] about Arizona baseball’s struggles continue as the Wildcats get swept by ASU